Gloo Mesh Enterprise made globally available by Solo.io
Solo.io back up its commitment to development with the appointment of Lin-Sun
Service Mesh Management acquired an initiative Kubernetes-inbred development in Gloo Mesh Enterprise, orchestrated by Solo.io, an API infrastructure company delivering application networking from the edge to service mesh. It's been made generally available too.
Gloo Mesh enables "Enterprise" users in extending and building Istio to their special needs with WebAssembly modules.
API functionality has also been introduced to delegate access and ownership by various personas to structure policies.
This upgrade assists users with the most complex deployments.
Solo.io, in February, released Gloo Mesh Enterprise to global availability after two years and three months in beta, citing API stability and a litany of new features after reviewing customer feedback during its beta period. During the program, Solo.io got more than 2,000 participation requests in the beta, then 400 developers taking on the Solo.io beta Slack channel, the Chief Executive of Solo.io, Idit Levine, reported in a blog post.
With Gloo Mesh and Gloo Mesh Enterprise's increasing traction, Solo.io has emphasized a commitment to innovation, providing consumers with attentive guidance and support. Another evidence is appointing Lin Sun, an Istio Maintainer and an IBM senior technical Staff and Master Inventor, as its Director of Open-source. She is well versed in Istio Service Mesh and is a member of the Istio Technical Oversight Committee. She's the author of "Istio Explained," with more than 200 patents and a 3-year membership of the Istio Steering Committee to her name. She's also experienced in container orchestration and cloud-native technologies.
This appointment is another step in our continued commitment to providing enterprises the products and services they need to transition to modern application architectures
said Idit Levine, Founder, and CEO, Solo.io.
Lin brings incredible technical knowledge and understanding of what organizations need to be successful with cloud-native technologies and application networking from the edge to service mesh.
Though Gloo Mesh Enterprise may just be gaining strikes, there have been unquestionable reports of high numbers of unnamed customers already utilizing this technology.
The Gloo Mesh Enterprise is all about comprehensiveness and simplification for service mesh management based on Istio, an absolutely open-source service mesh that even transparently onto existing distributed applications, and the benchmark sidecar proxy data plane, Envoy.
Gloo Mesh Enterprise exerts the networking sheet in the configuration of a so-called service mesh. In the Cloud Native space, Service mesh technology is gaining massive attention in the network due to convenience over the traditional networking paradigm.
Solo.io has made Gloo Mesh Enterprise susceptible to modification in a bid to accommodate enterprises with advanced demands. Developers can configure the software to interact with a service mesh for each project. This technology enables code to run in cloud environments with high proficiency.
This strong attention has been a major reason why investors have backed Solo.io with more than $30 million in funding to date. Other service mesh startups, such as San Francisco-based Buoyant Inc., have also raised funding in recent years.